byNational Seminar on Institutional Planning, Bhopal, 1968
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Educational planning Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=pQIDlEiruQMC&oe=UTF-8
"This edition... is a joint effort of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Higher Education, the Massachusetts Department of Education and the Higher Education Information Center"--p. of cover Topics: Educational planning, Education, Secondary
Educational planning is important as it can tackle those areas where immediate reform is needed. It can provide future educational infrastructure to those who are not yet in the coverage area of education. One such area before the educational planning is the child labourer education. Child labour is a threat for the nation and for the state. They are out of the scenario of universalization of primary education and fall under heavy dropout rates. There are national policies for child labour... Topics: Child Labour, Educational Planning, Universalization
byOntario. Legislative Assembly. Select Committee on Education
Text in English and French, the latter inverted with title: Deuxième rapport du Comité spécial sur l'éducation Topics: Education, Educational accountability, Educational planning, Select Committees of Ontario
Within the field of education, the act of planning implies that the schools are more than passive pawns in the hands of socioeconomic forces. The current profound demographic changes, which will continue to reshape the nation and its schools in the coming decades, make strategic planning particulary important. Implementing a strategic plan first involves summarizing and documenting the district's purpose and operations, what it wants to accomplish, and what it does; everyone concerned with... Topics: ERIC Archive, Cooperative Planning, Educational Objectives, Educational Planning, Elementary...
This paper describes the evolution of a school-based planning model that accommodates independent approaches to School District of Philadelphia goals. The description centers on key strategic planning decisions made during a 6-year period and three components of the planning model: the organizational monitoring and feedback system; organizational cybernetics; and organizational strains created by the tensions among policies, procedures, and personnel. The model provided a framework for each of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Educational Improvement, Educational Planning, Elementary Secondary Education,...
This handbook spells out the steps necessary in an effective evaluation of secondary/transition interventin projects for handicapped youth. Initial steps in the evaluation process include describing the evaluation setting, identifying evaluation audiences, stating the evaluation rationale, determining evaluation questions, and identifying evaluation constraints. Subsequently, planning and implementing the evaluation involves determining evaluation approaches and methods, collecting the data,... Topics: ERIC Archive, Disabilities, Education Work Relationship, Educational Planning, Evaluation Methods,...
Designed to facilitate the dissemination of information and sharing of experiences among countries in Asia and the Pacific, this annual publication includes special reports, reviews of recent publications and studies, and notes on Asian documents and sources of documents concerned with recent trends in educational development, reforms and renewal, modernization, innovations, and experimentations in the region. Two special reports review the Asia-Pacific Programme of Education for All (APPEAL),... Topics: ERIC Archive, Child Development, Educational Change, Educational Opportunities, Educational...
Intended for two-year college presidents, deans, or other administrators, faculty, and board members, this publication provides an outline for guidelines for program phase-out. The decision to phase out a program is first considered, as are ways to analyze the reasons for three typical situations that form the basis for phasing out a program--insufficient enrollment, insufficient funding, and unsatisfactory job placement of graduates. Alternatives to phase-out are listed. Next, the development... Topics: ERIC Archive, Educational Planning, Guidelines, Postsecondary Education, Program Evaluation,...